haSepharadi is a platform dedicated to the shared and varied traditions, cultures, histories, music, and other art forms of the many unique groups within the pan-Sephardic community. Our collective is not affiliated with any political organization or movement- we engage scholars, academics, students, and artists of diverse disciplines to discuss ancient texts, grapple with contemporary issues, and work together to build a stronger, prouder, and more conscious Sepharadi community.

Our Mission: To perpetuate continuity of authentic pan-Sephardic thought and practice, cultivate pride in our unique identities, and celebrate our histories and achievements.


If you are interested in writing for haSepharadi, please send a short pitch along with a quick bio to editor@haSepharadi.com. For information about our guidelines and criteria, have a peek at our style sheet.

If you don’t write but would still like to be involved, let us know! There are plenty of other skill sets that we need, e.g. art, website development, etc.


haSepharadi is currently being run entirely on a volunteer basis. Although writers and editors are not paid for their work, there are still technical costs involved with running a website. If you would like to make a financial contribution, Paypal donations can be made through the “donate” link at the top of this page.

Inquiries related to advertising with us can be directed to editor@haSepharadi.com


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Due to the variable nature of our posts and the wide spectrum of ideas exchanged, we feel it is important to clarify that the thoughts and opinions shared in posts and articles reflect the opinions of the author and are not representative of our contributors as a whole.

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We are always looking for contributors!

If you have skills that might benefit our community, including writing, art, website development, or anything else, please send an email to editor@haSepharadi.com and let us know!


haSepharadi is made possible only through the support of our community.

If you like what you see, please contribute what you can!


Our mission is to perpetuate continuity of authentic pan-Sephardic thought and practice, cultivate pride in our unique identities, and celebrate our histories and achievements.